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Ed. Dept. Looks to Standardize ELL Categories

If you thought the Bush administration was finished putting its stamp on NCLB, think again.

On Friday, the Department of Education published a new "interpretation" regarding the classification of ELL students. The proposal would standardize how each state determines when ELL students are ready to exit a program designed to serve their unique needs.

My colleague Mary Ann Zehr explains over at Learning the Language.

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